Nam Con Son Gas Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Source: Block 6.1, offshore south eastern Vietnam
  • Destination: Dinh Co Gas Processing Terminal in Ba Ria Vung Tau Province, Vietnam
  • Ownership: BP, Perenco, Petrovietnam
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  • Length: 371 kilometres ( miles)
  • Capacity: per day
  • Status: Operating


  • The NCSP incorporates a 371 km-long pipeline which transports gas and condensate from the production platform of the Lan Tay Gas and Condensate Field in Block 6.1, 370km offshore south eastern Vietnam, to an onshore gas processing terminal and a 28 km-long onshore pipeline to customers.


  • Saipem: Pipeline installation


  • 2001 - BP announced that the Nam Con Son gas project offshore Vietnam is set to go ahead
  • 2003 - The pipeline entered commercial operation
  • 2012 - ConocoPhillips Announces Sale of Vietnam Business Unit including pipeline

Other Information

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  1. 2003 Environmental Statement
  2. Saipem Asia Pipeline References
  3. BP Vietnam Gas Project To Go Ahead
  4. ConocoPhillips Announces Sale of Vietnam Business Unit

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